Series 1D - Scientific and general correspondence: DALLAS - DYTE


Date Rangec. 1845 - c. 1895
ProvenanceHuxley, Thomas Henry
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1  Scientific and general correspondence c. 1845 - c. 1895


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Letter to T H Huxley from DALLAS, Robert John (1864-1939), 28 July [1889]
Sent from Toynbee Hall

Huxley's article in Nineteenth Century approved; position of the Broad Church

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.1
Date range 28 July 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.1 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DALTON, William Henry (1838-1900), [December]
Sent from Norwood [?London]

Owing to change in his views on religious questions has resigned from the ministry of the Church, and asks Huxley to help him to find lay employment

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.3
Date range December
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.3 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DANA, James Dwight (1813-1895), 2 March 1888
Sent from New Haven, Conn, USA

Sends memoir of Dr [Asa] Gray, dealing with his position as to Natural Selection and Darwin

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.5
Date range 2 March 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.5 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARROCH, Duncan, MA (1836-1910), 3 May 1883
Sent from Auchna-Sheen

Alleges neglect of students by Professor of Chemistry at South Kensington

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.6
Date range 3 May 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.6 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DARROCH, Duncan, MA (1836-1910), 5 May 1883
Sent from [London]

Is sending his letter to Dr Frankland
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.8
Date range 5 May 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.8 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 17 July [1851]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks for Report [on Echinorderms, Annals and Magazine of Natural History, July 1851; The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 103]; remarks on Zooids

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.2
Date range 17 July 1851
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.2 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 9 October 1851
Sent from Down House, Kent

Testimonial for Huxley's Toronto candidature [Testimonials of Thomas H Huxley, FRS, Candidate for the Chair of Natural History at the University of Toronto, 4]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.1
Date range 9 October 1851
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.1 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 5 July [1857]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Embryological development; features suggested by the work of Brulle and Barneoud; wants references to embryology of bats

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.67
Date range 5 July 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.67 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 22 November [1851]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Proposes to send his work on Cirripedia [Ray Society, 1851] to Huxley, unless he is a member of the Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.14
Date range 22 November 1851
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.14 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 22 April [1853]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Is sending specimens for Huxley to J E Gray [at British Museum]; thanks for paper on Mollusca [Philosophical Transactions, 1853, i, 29. The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 152]; discussion thereon; variations within the same species. [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 73 (dated 1854)]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.4
Date range 23 April 1853
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.4 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 2 September [1854]
Sent from Down House, Kent

His second volume of Barnacles published [Balanidoe, etc, Ray Society 1854]; is sending it; asks for names of continental naturalists to whom he should present copies; asks if Royal Society will assist in distribution; a review of Vestiges; Huxley's opinion of Agassiz [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 74]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.8
Date range 2 September 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.8 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 8 September [1854]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Asks which of the two Leuckarts [Friedrich Sigismund or Rudolf] has been publishing much since 1820; Huxley's views on the branchiae of Balanus agree with his own

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.11
Date range 8 September 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.11 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 1854
Sent from [Down] House, Kent

[Beginning missing]. On larval Limulus; "I have become a man of one idea Cirripedes - morning and night"

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.13
Date range c. 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.13 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 13 September [1854]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks Huxley for help in the distribution of his work [Balanidoe, Ray Society 1854] to foreign naturalists; cement-glands of Balanus

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.16
Date range 13 September 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.16 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 3 [October?] [1854?]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks Huxley for drawing; comments on position of ganglia, cement-glands and stomach [? of Lepas and Balanus]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.18
Date range 3 October 1854?
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.18 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 29 [October 1854]
Sent from Down House, Kent

His "lack of elementary knowledge of microscopical structures"; cement-gland and ducts; ovarian tubes, etc [of Cirripedes]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.21
Date range 29 October 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.21 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 20 February [1855]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Sends specimens of cementing-apparatus of Sessile Cirripedes; absence of anus in the Brachiopoda

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.23
Date range 20 February 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.23 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 8 March [1855]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks Huxley for examining his preparations; metamorphoses or adaptation of part of the ovaria to the cement-organs; long discussion on anatomy and physiology of Cirripedes; Huxley's Encyclopaedia article on Mollusca

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.25
Date range 8 March 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.25 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 31 March [1855]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thinks Westwood deserves [Royal] medal; sends recommendation to Council of Royal Society for Huxley's approval; thinks Lyell should have Copley medal. [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 80]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.29
Date range 31 March 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.29 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 18 April [1855]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Sends Huxley reply of Bell [Secretary of Royal Society] suggesting that Lindley has a higher claim than Westwood to the medal; [Westwood had Royal Medal in 1855 and Lindley in 1857]; death of De la Beche

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.31
Date range 18 April 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.31 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 9 April [1856]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Arrangements for visit of Huxley and his wife to Down

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.33
Date range 9 April 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.33 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 4 May [1856]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Asks Huxley to bring the cost of engraving plates to the notice of Council of the Ray Society; his obligations to the Society; enjoyment of Huxley's visit

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.35
Date range 4 May 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.35 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 8 July [1856]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Certain invertebrate structures; bisexualism in Flustra and the Ascidia

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.40
Date range 8 July 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.40 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 9 December [1856]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Siebold's researches; [On a true Parthenogenesis of Moths and Bees]; hybridism in bees; still holds the view that cement-receptacle is continuous with the ovarian tubes; birth of his sixth son

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.42
Date range 9 December 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.42 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 13 December [1856]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Cement-glands in Crustacea, etc. Three postscripts (5, 37-9)

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.44
Date range 13 December 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.44 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 4 January [1857]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Congratulations on birth of Huxley's son

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.48
Date range 4 January 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.48 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 3 February [1857]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Glacial action, [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 144]; the break with Owen [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 142]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.104
Date range 3 February 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.104 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 9 July [1857]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley's comment on Darwin's theory suggested by Brulle and Barneoud. [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 97]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.50
Date range 9 July 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.50 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 26 September [1857]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Agassiz and Lyell on Glaciers; diverse opinions on natural selection; when "heterodoxy becomes orthodoxy" [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 103]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.54
Date range 26 September 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.54 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 24 February [1858]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Congratulates Huxley on birth of daughter; races and varieties of horses

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.107
Date range 24 February 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.107 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 2 April [1858]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Invitation to Huxley and his wife to meet the Hookers at Down

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.46
Date range 2 April 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.46 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 23 October [1858]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Is unwilling to sign memorial on the removal of Botanical Collections of the British Museum, and states reasons at length. [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 110]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.243
Date range 23 October 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.243 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 29 [October 1858]
Sent from Moor Park, Farnham, Surrey

[To J D Hooker]. In view of further information received is willing to sign memorial, but thinks it would be an evil to move the Museum to Kensington. [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 112]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.246
Date range 29 October 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.246 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), [October 1858]
Sent from Moor Park, Farnham

The reproduction of Aphis; Owen's theory. [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 102]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.58
Date range October 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.58 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 3 November [1858]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Having corresponded with Hooker, is now prepared to sign memorial, thinks Lyell should be consulted. [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 112]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.248
Date range 3 November 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.248 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 1 December [1858]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Has had misgivings after signing the memorial [see 00594, 00595, 00597]; thinks Murchison should have been informed before it was sent in

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.250
Date range 1 December 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.250 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 8 March [1859]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Queries relating to Mollusca, Radiata, etc; serial homologies; is endeavouring to get his "abstract volume" [Origin of Species] completed

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.61
Date range 8 March 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.61 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), [3 March 1859]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Modified and homologous parts in the Radiata; Agassiz's Essay on Classification

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.258
Date range 3 March 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.258 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 2 June [1859]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Flaws in his hypothesis

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.65
Date range 2 June 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.65 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 15 October [1859]
Sent from Ilkley, Yorkshire

Asks for names of foreign naturalists to whom he should send the Origin; an advance copy to be sent to Huxley [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 172]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.70
Date range 15 October 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.70 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 10 September [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Asa Gray's review of the Origin; fair but hostile review by Pictet [cf Life and Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 297]; Athenaeum review of Tyndall's Glaciers [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 166]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.135
Date range 10 September 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.135 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 25 October [1859]
Sent from Ilkley, Yorkshire

Can now say Nunc dimittis after hearing Huxley's verdict on the Origin [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 232]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.72
Date range 25 October 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.72 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 25 November [1859]
Sent from Ilkley, Yorkshire

Will send coloured drawings of pigeons; hostile criticism of Origin by Sedgwick and Phillips [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 129]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.74
Date range 25 November 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.74 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 29 November [1859]
Sent from Ilkley, Yorkshire

Hybrids and monsters; pigeon breeding; Kingsley inclined to favour evolution [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 280; cf Charles Kingsley, his Letters and Memoirs of his Life ii, 135]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.76
Date range 29 November 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.76 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 1 December [1859]
Sent from Ilkley, Yorkshire

Appreciation of Huxley's review in Macmillan's Magazine; the test of natural selection

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.78
Date range 1 December 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.78 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 13 December [1859]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Has a fine series of drawings of pigeons for Huxley's Royal Institution lectures; hybridization and breeding [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 130]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.82
Date range 13 December 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.82 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 16 December [1859]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Will bring drawings, etc to Huxley at Jermyn Street; intends to study variation under domestication [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 131]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.87
Date range 16 December 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.87 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 25 December [1859]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Sir H[enry] H[olland] and others have criticized his statements as to analogy [Origin, p 484]; thanks Huxley for his continued advocacy [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 251]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.90
Date range 25 December 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.90 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 28 December [1859]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Is delighted with The Times review; puzzled as to its authorship; its probable reaction on Owen [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 253, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.92
Date range 28 December 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.92 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 1 January [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Will keep the secret of the authorship; Hooker thought the first sentence betrayed the author [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 77]; Lubbock thought that Owen was the author; illness of Dana [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 139, much 'edited']

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.94
Date range 1 January 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.94 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 9 January [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Sends ticket for Pigeon Show; Lamarck's theory independently stated by Erasmus Darwin in 1794 [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 125]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.96
Date range 9 January 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.96 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882),11 January [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Asks Huxley to re-read a passage of the Origin (267-272) on crossing varieties and to reconsider it; the principles involved [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 137]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.98
Date range 11 January 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.98 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 21 [January 1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Is sending 2nd edition of Origin [published 7 January]; few corrections in it; is coming to London; already contemplating the "fuller work" [Variation under Domestication]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.102
Date range 21 January 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.102 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 23 January [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley's endeavours to procure award of [Copley] Medal; Carpenter's review of the Origin in Natural Review

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.254
Date range 23 January 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.254 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 2 February [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

A proposal from Bronn for a German edition of the Origin [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 139]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.80
Date range 2 February 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.80 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 4 February [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Will write to Bronn about the German translation [cf Life and Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 277]; asks Huxley to write to Kolliker

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.105
Date range 4 February 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.105 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 4 March [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley's review in The Times reprinted in full in Gardener's Chronicle

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.109
Date range 4 March 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.109 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 9 April [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

The critique on the Origin in the Edinburgh Review; its misrepresentations and misquotations, and "brutal attack" on Huxley [Now known to be by Owen; More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 146]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.111
Date range 9 April 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.111 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 11 April [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley's Royal Institution Lecture [On Species and Races, Annals and Magazine of Natural History v, 344]; "the most eloquent production I have ever read"; sends Part I of German translation of Origin

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.113
Date range 11 April 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.113 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 14 April [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley's work on Deep Sea Soundings; Bronn has sent his Morphologische Studien [More Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 232 and notes]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.115
Date range 14 April 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.115 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 7 May [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Variations in domesticated pigeons; results of rewording the whole subject; a critique on the Origin in the Saturday Review

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.117
Date range 7 May 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.117 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

An exhibition of pigeons to illustrate a lecture by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.119
Date range 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.119 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 3 July [1860]
Sent from Richmond [Surrey]

Away for his health and that of his daughter; Hooker has reported the battle at Oxford with Owen and the Bishop; asks Huxley for his own account of it [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 324]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.121
Date range 3 July 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.121 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), [5 July 1860]
Sent from Richmond [?Surrey]

His appreciation of Huxley's account of the Oxford affair; review by Hopkins in Fraser's Magazine; Asa Gray "fighting like a Trojan" [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 158]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.123
Date range 5 July 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.123 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 20 July [1860]
Sent from Tunbridge Wells, Kent

The Quarterly Review review by Wilberforce; effect of the Oxford meeting; the functions and prospects of Natural History Review; his own methods of work [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 156; Life and Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 324, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.125
Date range 20 July 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.125 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 8 August [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Von Baer's advocacy of Natural Selection an antidote to Owen and Agassiz; R Wagner thinks the truth "halfway between Agassiz and the Origin" [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 330]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.133
Date range 8 August 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.133 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 15 September [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks Huxley for his lectures; they contain a good account of the Cirripedes

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.137
Date range 15 September 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.137 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 3 October [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Classification; Cuvier's and the Natural System; a genealogical classification; the descent of man

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.139
Date range 3 October 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.139 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 1 November [1860]
Sent from Eastbourne

Huxley's term "Pithecoid Man"; glacial action at Lebanon; his daughter's illness [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 460]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.141
Date range 1 November 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.141 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 10 November [1860]
Sent from [Eastbourne]

Prospectus of Natural History Review; his daughter now well enough to be taken home

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.143
Date range 10 November 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.143 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 16 November [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks for Huxley's lecture; classification; reading and observation; his daughter makes no improvement; McDonnell's work on the electric organs of fishes

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.145
Date range 16 November 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.145 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 22 November [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

A satisfactory letter from McDonnell; is eagerly awaiting appearance of Natural History Review; a new [3rd] edition of Origin called for. [Part in Life and Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 351]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.147
Date range 22 November 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.147 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 2 December [1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Is weary of hostile reviews, but they give him confidence that his theory is right, notwithstanding its difficulties [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 354, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.149
Date range 2 December 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.149 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 5 [December 1860]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley's advocacy of his views; critique in Macmillan's Magazine; [J E] Gray's opinion that Natural Selection cannot apply to plants; his misunderstanding of the Origin

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.130
Date range 5 December 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.130 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 3 January [1861]
Sent from Down House, Kent

The first issue of Natural History Review; complete refutation of Own [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 177]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.155
Date range 3 January 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.155 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 22 February [1861]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Invitation to Mrs Huxley and her children

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.157
Date range 22 February 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.157 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 20 March [1861]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Invitation to join Hooker at Down

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.160
Date range 20 March 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.160 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 27 March [1861]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley's letter on Owen in Athenaeum [30 March 1861, p 433]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.162
Date range 27 March 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.162 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 16 May [1861]
Sent from Down House, Kent

A review by Wright; is going with his family to Torquay; death of Henslow

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.164
Date range 16 May 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.164 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 11 December [1861]
Sent from Down House, Kent

A letter from Asa Gray about Wright

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.166
Date range 11 December 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.166 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 14 January [1862]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley's Edinburgh lectures [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 192]; the hybrid question; heterostyled plans [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 384, part; cf iii, 296]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.167
Date range 14 January 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.167 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 22 January [1862]
Sent from Down House, Kent

The Witness attack on Huxley [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 193]; sterility and hybridity

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.252
Date range 22 January 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.252 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 17 February [1862]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Sends draft of Wright's review; Asa Gray's articles on the Origin republished as a pamphlet; Huxley's Edinburgh lectures

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.169
Date range 17 February 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.169 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 10 May [1862]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley's address [at Geological Society]; his own views on Contemporaneity [Origin, edition 3, 349]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.171
Date range 10 May 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.171 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 7 December [1862]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks for Huxley's Lectures [to Working Men] [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 206; More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 215]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.179
Date range 7 December 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.179 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 10 December [1862]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Further comments on the lectures; Falconer's article in Natural History Review; disgusted at Owen's conduct [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 231]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.183
Date range 10 December 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.183 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 18 December [1862]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Comments on Huxley's lectures IV and V [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 229]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.186
Date range 18 December 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.186 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 28 December [1862]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Returns Kingsley's letter [see KINGSLEY, No 15]; Tegetmeier and bird hybrids [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 225]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.189
Date range 28 December 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.189 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), [February 1863]
Sent from London

Plydactylism; double monsters; increase in number of carpal bones

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.19
Date range February 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.19 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 16 February [1863]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Polydactylism affecting digits only; trace of a sixth toe in frogs

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.200
Date range 16 February 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.200 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 18 [February 1863]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks for "monkey book" [Man's Place in Nature]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.173
Date range 18 February 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.173 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 26 [February 1863]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Has read Man's Place; remarks thereon; Owen's letter in Athenaeum [21 February 1863]; hopes Lyell will answer. [He did so in Athenaeum 7 March; More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 237]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.191
Date range 26 February 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.191 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 27 June [1863]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Polydactylism in frogs [cf no 00652]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.225
Date range 27 June 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.225 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 1 July [1863]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Distribution of Ascidians; respective genera in cold and tropical seas; thanks for lecture [?Hunterian]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.175
Date range 1 July 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.175 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 22 October [1863]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Campbell recommended by Herbert Spencer to do experimental botanical work

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.177
Date range 22 October 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.177 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 31 October [1863]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Owen has contributed a statement on his brain doctrine to a theological pamphlet called Three Barriers [More Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 341]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.194
Date range 31 October 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.194 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 11 April [1864]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks for Huxley's Comparative Anatomy; Owen's article on "Oken" [in Encyclopaedia Britannica, edition 8] and the Archetype [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 246]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.203
Date range 11 April 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.203 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 22 May [1864]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Has written strongly to Lord Overstone and Lubbock. [Probably re Bishop Colenso and the Athenaeum Club. See LLOYD, Nos 1-3]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.174
Date range 22 May 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.174 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 3 July [1864]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Sending specimens [of frogs] for Flower to investigate rudiments of sixth toe [cf letter to Flower in More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 251]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.229
Date range 3 July 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.229 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 3 October [1864]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley's article on Kolliker's criticism of the Origin [Natural History Review<.I> 1870 = The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 80] [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 29]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.205
Date range 3 October 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.205 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 5 November [1864]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Mrs Darwin's opinion on Huxley's lectures; urges him to write a popular treatise on Zoology; asks for photograph [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 5]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.207
Date range 5 November 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.207 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 16 December [1864]
Sent from Down House, Kent

In his opinion Huxley's [introduction to the Jermyn Street Museum] Catalogue is the best extant resume of Natural History [The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley iii, 125]; encloses comments on certain passages

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.151
Date range 16 December 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.151 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 4 January [1865]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks for photograph; regrets no chance of popular book being written [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 6, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.211
Date range 4 January 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.211 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 27 May [1865]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks Huxley for Catalogue (not specified); wishes to send for his criticism manuscript on a hypothesis concerning variation, reversion, use and disuse, etc [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 43]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.214
Date range 27 May 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.214 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 30 May [1865]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks Huxley for undertaking to read his manuscript

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.217
Date range 30 May 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.217 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 12 July [1865]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks Huxley for his opinion on his manuscript, which is that he is restating Buffon's views [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 44]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.219
Date range 12 July 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.219 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), [July 1865]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Has re-read Buffon and is struck with the coincidence of his views with it, but there is a fundamental difference; Pangenesis [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 45]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.221
Date range July 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.221 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 4 October [1865]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Recovering from illness; termination of the Reader; is still thinking of Pangenesis

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.223
Date range 4 October 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.223 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 4 July [1866]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Sends draft memorial to Admiralty praying that certain fossils allied to Toxodon in a spot near Magellan Strait be collected by a Survey Vessel about to visit the region; suggests names of geologists to whom it should be sent for signature. [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 276, and below, No 00682]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.231
Date range 4 July 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.231 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 22 December [1866]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Has received Haeckel's book [Generale Morphologie]; his opinion of it; has also received Huxley's Physiology; has improved chapter on Hybridism in the new [4th] edition of the Origin [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 274]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.196
Date range 22 December 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.196 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 7 January [1867]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Has given up hope of getting Haeckel's Generale Morphologie translated; is unable to make use of it in German; has sent manuscript of his new book [Variation under Domestication] to the printer; has not seen Duke [of Argyll's] new book [Reign of Law, 1867] [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 277]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.233
Date range 7 January 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.233 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 12 January [1867]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Is coming to London to consult Huxley about sending his youngest son [Horace] to the School of Mines; wishes to devise a better name than Pangenesis, and suggests alternatives [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 281]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.235
Date range 12 January 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.235 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 21 February [1867]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Has received School of Mines prospectus; thanks for Huxley's offer to read proofs of his "Essay on Man"; the orrugator supercilii in a crying child

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.260
Date range 21 February 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.260 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 30 January [1868]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks Huxley for congratulations [on his Variation under Domestication]; awaits his verdict on Pangenesis; family news [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 287]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.237
Date range 30 January 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.237 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 10 June [1868]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Asks if Ray Society would undertake translation of Haeckel's book [Generale Morphologie]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.239
Date range 10 June 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.239 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 23 July [1868]
Sent from Freshwater, Isle of Wight

Has come to Isle of Wight for his health; regrets unable to see Professor Kulm

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.241
Date range 23 July 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.241 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 10 March 1869
Sent from Down House, Kent

Sends long letter on Comte's doctrine by Vernon Lushington

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.262
Date range 10 March 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.262 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 12 March [1869]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Had not realized that Lushington's letter was offensive to Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.264
Date range 12 March 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.264 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 19 March [1869]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks for address [to Geological Society]; distinction between Evolutionists and Uniformitarians [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii,113]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.266
Date range 19 March 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.266 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 8 May [1869]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Acknowledges Huxley's letter of 7 May [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 312] concerning the fossils from Magellan Strait [cf no 00671]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.268
Date range 8 May 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.268 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 20 June [1869]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Asks for loan of books from which to engrave embryological figures

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.269
Date range 20 June 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.269 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 9 July [1869]
Sent from Barmouth, North Wales

Haeckel, who is studying Calcareous Sponges, wants British specimens; asks to whom he can apply; Huxley's article on Positivism [Fortnightly Review July 1869]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.271
Date range 9 July 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.271 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 21 September [1869]
Sent from Down House, Kent

James Orton has found the skull of a horse in a geological deposit at Quito, and has asked Darwin to submit it to Owen; as he has no communication with Owen, is sending the specimen to Huxley for examination

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.273
Date range 21 September 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.273 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 1 October [1869]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Kowalevsky (brother of the naturalist) who has translated one of Darwin's books into Russian, wants to attend one of Huxley's lectures; asks for ticket

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.275
Date range 1 October 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.275 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 18 October [1869]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley's review of Haeckel's [Schopfungsgeschichte, in Academy]; comments on points discussed therein [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 119]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.277
Date range 18 October 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.277 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 21 September [1871]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley's forthcoming criticism of Mivart's Genesis of Species and the Quarterly Review review of Descent of Man [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 369; Contemporary Review November 1871; The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 120; Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 148]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.279
Date range 21 September 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.279 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 30 September [1871]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks Huxley for proofs of last-named [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 149, omitting long passage containing Darwin's opinion of Mivart]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.283
Date range 30 September 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.283 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 5 October [1871]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Has sent Huxley's proofs to Hooker who is full of admiration; Hooker's vexation [at the Ayrton affair, cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 159]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.287
Date range 5 October 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.287 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 9 October [1871]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Asks for information on affinities of Zeuglodon for new [6th] edition of Origin

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.289
Date range 9 October 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.289 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 16 October [1872]
Sent from Sevenoaks

Wishes to give "Marriage present" on Huxley's removal to new house [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 384]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.291
Date range 16 October 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.291 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 22 October [1872]
Sent from [Sevenoaks]

Supports movement for abolition of Prize Fellowships [More Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 442]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.301
Date range 22 October 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.301 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 23 April [1873]
Sent from Down House, Kent

A sum of money placed at Huxley's disposal by a group of friends to enable him to take a holiday abroad [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 366; cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 183]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.295
Date range 23 April 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.295 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 25 April 1873
Sent from London

Is quite overcome by the generosity of his friends and asks for a list of them
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 9.198
Date range 25 April 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 9.198 Box Number 9 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 26 April [1873]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Profoundly affected by Huxley's reply

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.297
Date range 26 April 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.297 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 28 April 1873
Sent from Down House, Kent

Sends list of Huxley's benefactors; death of Lady Lyell [cf Life, Letters and Journals of Sir Charles Lyell, Bart ii, 451, 467]; thanks for new book [Critiques and Addresses]; another review in Edinburgh Review

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.299
Date range 28 April 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.299 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 4 November 1873
Sent from Down House, Kent

A delicate attention to Flower in ill-health [cf Sir William Henry Flower. A Personal Memoir 82]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.303
Date range 4 November 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.303 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 5 December [1873]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Nothing can be done for Dohrn at present owing to the attitude of his father [see DOHRN, No 54]; Hooker elected President of the Royal Society; the manuscript for a new edition of Descent of Man

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.305
Date range 5 December 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.305 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 16 December [1873]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Plans to visit Huxley in London

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.308
Date range 16 December 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.308 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 29 January [1874]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks Huxley for report of Séance; believes all such affairs are trickery [cf WEDGWOOD, H and DARWIN, G H] [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 187; cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 420]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.377
Date range 29 January 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.377 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 20 March [1874]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Is correcting proofs of [2nd edition] of Descent of Man; asks Huxley for his manuscript on the brain and skulls to be incorporated; asks whether Foster has taken up the appeal for Dohrn. [Huxley's reply, Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 418]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.393
Date range 20 March 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.393 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 23 April [1874]
Sent from Down House, Kent

[To Michael Foster]. Proofs of printed appeal for Dohrn's Biological Station; suggested persons to be approached

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 4.69
Date range 23 April 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 4.69 Box Number 4 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 25 April [1874]
Sent from Down House, Kent

[To Michael Foster]. Has received circulars; gifts from Lyell and Busk

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 4.71
Date range 25 April 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 4.71 Box Number 4 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 24 December [1874]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Mivart and George Darwin. [See MIVART, Nos 2-4 and cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 425]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.311
Date range 24 December 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.311 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 6 January 1875
Sent from Down House, Kent

Appreciation of Huxley's article defending Darwin and his son George from Mivart's attack

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.313
Date range 6 January 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.313 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 21 May 1875
Sent from Down House, Kent

The Vivisection Bill

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.316
Date range 21 May 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.316 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 28 July 1875
Sent from Down House, Kent

Sends paper for Huxley's signature; note by the candidate, Francis Darwin. [For what he was a candidate is not stated]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.318
Date range 28 July 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.318 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 23 October [1875]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks Huxley for essay [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 440]; intends to write no more general treatises but confine himself to special studies such as climbing and insectivorous plants

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.320
Date range 23 October 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.320 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 1 November [1875]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Disgusted at Klein's evidence [before Vivisection Commission]; will attend to give evidence [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 440]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.322
Date range 1 November 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.322 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 12 November [1875]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks for Elementary Biology [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 362]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.324
Date range 12 November 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.324 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 10 December [1875]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Is coming to London [to give evidence before Vivisection Committee], and will call on Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.325
Date range 10 December 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.325 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 19 November [1877]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks Huxley for his generous remarks about him at Cambridge [see letter written to Leonard Huxley v, F 15]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.328
Date range 19 November 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.328 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 11 June [1878?]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks for article on Evolution; Lamarck's change of opinion

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.331
Date range 11 June 1878
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.331 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 11 August [1878]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Sympathy for illness of Huxley's daughter Marian; his election in Botany Section of French Academy

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.326
Date range 11 August 1878
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.326 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 29 December 1878
Sent from Down House, Kent

Mr Anthony Rich, their mutual benefactor [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 286]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.329
Date range 29 December 1878
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.329 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 18 January 1879
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks Huxley for gift of his Hume; his son George has visited Anthony Rich [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 381]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.333
Date range 18 January 1879
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.333 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 19 April 1879
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks for gift of book [Haeckel's Freedom in Science with a foreword by Huxley]. [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 383]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.335
Date range 19 April 1879
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.335 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 2 February 1880
Sent from Down House, Kent

Has been attacked by Butler; has written letter to Athenaeum (enclosed) but has been urged not to answer; submits it to Huxley's judgement

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.336
Date range 2 February 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.336 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 4 February [1880]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Has been consoled and amused by Huxley's answer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.338
Date range 4 February 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.338 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 11 April 1880
Sent from Abinger, Surrey

Regrets was unable to attend lecture; good press notices of it. ["The Coming of Age of the Origin of Species", Royal Institution 9 April, The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 227; Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 240]
The original letter is dated 11 March, a manifest slip, for the lecture with which it deals was delivered on 9 April

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.340
Date range 11 April 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.340 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 11 May [1880]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Comments on Huxley's reply to no 00721 [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 12]; Natural Selection [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 386]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.342
Date range 11 May 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.342 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 5 November 1880
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley's review of Challenger Reports in Nature; sends letter to the Editor [More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 388]; considers Wyville Thomson does not understand the principle of Natural Selection [ibid]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.344
Date range 5 November 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.344 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 13 November 1880
Sent from Down House, Kent

Sends draft of a memorial in favour of Alfred Russell Wallace, and list of names who might support it

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.346
Date range 13 November 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.346 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), [27 November 1880]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Hooker's adherence to the memorial. [Written on back of letter from Hooker to Darwin dated Kew, 26 November 1880]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.349
Date range 27 November 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.349 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), [3 December 1880]
Sent from London

Is in town and will call

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.354
Date range 3 December 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.354 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), [7 December 1880]
Sent from London

Will call on 9 December about Wallace memorial

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.355
Date range 7 December 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.355 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 9 December 1880
Sent from London

Thinks that Wallace memorial should not be presented to Lord Aberdare; Owen would frustrate the whole plan

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.351
Date range 9 December 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.351 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 22 December 1880
Sent from London

Spottiswoode, Allman, Flower and others have signed, and Duke of Argyll has written to Gladstone; suggests deputation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.354
Date range 22 December 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.354 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), [24 December 1880]
Sent from London

Has asked Hooker to sign memorial and send it on to Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.363
Date range 24 December 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.363 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 3 January 1881
Sent from London

Returns Wallace Memorial; hopes to send "Classification Paper" soon [Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1880, 649]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 9.202
Date range 3 January 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 9.202 Box Number 9 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 7 January 1881
Sent from Down House, Kent

Success of Wallace Memorial; sends letter from Gladstone. See Darwin's letter to Wallace informing him that Gladstone has recommended him for Civil List Pension, Alfred Russell Wallace: Letters and Reminiscences ii, 313]; congratulates Huxley on appointment as Fisheries Inspector

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.356
Date range 7 January 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.356 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 8 January 1881
Sent from London

Congratulates Darwin on success of Wallace Memorial; another attack by Butler
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 9.203
Date range 8 January 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 9.203 Box Number 9 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 22 January 1881
Sent from Down House, Kent

His son William wishes to become a Fellow of the Geological Society; asks Huxley to support him

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.358
Date range 22 January 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.358 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 24 January 1881
Sent from London

Has signed certificate for William Darwin for Geological Society; history of the Fisheries appointment
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 9.205
Date range 24 January 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 9.205 Box Number 9 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 5 March 1881
Sent from Down House, Kent

Announces that Anthony Rich has bequeathed his house and land to Huxley, and has desired him to communicate the news [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 286]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.359
Date range 5 March 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.359 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 6 March 1881
Sent from London

Expresses his astonishment and gratification; has written to Rich
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 9.209
Date range 6 March 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 9.209 Box Number 9 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 22 June 1881
Sent from Down House, Kent

Has heard from Rothenstein that Haeckel wishes to go on scientific expedition to Ceylon; his expected grant from Berlin Academy has been refused; has asked Lubbock whether Royal Society and British Association will aid him; asks Darwin's assistance. [See HAECKEL, No 21]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.364
Date range 22 June 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.364 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 28 June 1881
Sent from Warkworth, Northumberland

Has also heard from Haeckel on refusal of Berlin Academy and the opposition of Virchow; Royal Society will have no funds available till the spring, and Haeckel wishes to start in September; is on an official visit to Northumberland
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 9.211
Date range 28 June 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 9.211 Box Number 9 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 9 September 1881
Sent from Worthing, Sussex

His brother Erasmus having died and left Darwin a large fortune, he felt bound to inform Rich of the fact, so that he might reconsider his testamentary intentions, but Rich expressed his determination not to alter his will; he also expressed his intention of a further bequest to Huxley [More Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 445]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.368
Date range 9 September 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.368 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 12 September 1881
Sent from Grasmere, Westmorland

Huxley's reply re Rich; he will act in accordance with Darwin's wishes; his address to British Association at York
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 9.215
Date range 12 September 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 9.215 Box Number 9 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 12 January 1882
Sent from Down House, Kent

Thanks for Science and Culture; Huxley's essay on "Automatism" [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 199; Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 251]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.370
Date range 12 January 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.370 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), 7 March 1882
Sent from Down House, Kent

[His last letter]. Feels better; is under advice of Dr (Sir) Andrew Clark [Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 358]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.371
Date range 7 March 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.371 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), nd

Fragments and notes

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.372
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.372 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), nd

Fragments and notes

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.373
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.373 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), nd

Fragments and notes

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.374
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.374 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Charles Robert, FRS (1809-1882), nd

Fragments and notes

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 5.375
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 5.375 Box Number 5 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Emma (1807-1898), Wife of Charles Darwin, 30 October 1894
Sent from Cambridge

Thanks for gift of books

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.9
Date range 30 October 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.9 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [20 April 1882]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Death of Charles Darwin; his last illness

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.10
Date range 20 April 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.10 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 7 June 1882
Sent from Down House, Kent

Asks Huxley to look out letters to him from Charles Darwin for Life and Letters of Charles Darwin

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.12
Date range 7 June 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.12 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 3 October 1882
Sent from Down House, Kent

Asks leave to have copies of the letters made; a letter published by Haeckel without authority

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.13
Date range 3 October 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.13 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 12 December 1882
Sent from Cambridge

Asks for personal recollections

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.15
Date range 12 December 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.15 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [1885]
Sent from Cambridge

Sends proof of a letter and asks leave to publish it

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.17
Date range 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.17 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 24 December 1885
Sent from Cambridge

Bearing of Darwin's study of barnacles on the idea of the Origin; asks for a sketch of the reception of the Origin

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.18
Date range 24 December 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.18 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 29 December 1885
Sent from Cambridge

Gratified to hear that Huxley will contribute a chapter on the Origin; Darwin's sketch written in 1844

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.22
Date range 29 December 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.22 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [January 1886]
Sent from Cambridge

Is sending the 1844 manuscript

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.24
Date range January 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.24 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [January 1886]
Sent from Cambridge

Sends proofs which may be useful when Huxley begins writing

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.25
Date range January 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.25 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [January 1886]
Sent from Cambridge

Pleased that Huxley has started on his chapter; the 1844 sketch and the principle of Divergence

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.27
Date range January 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.27 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [January 1886]
Sent from Cambridge

Would like to know progress of Huxley's chapter

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.29
Date range January 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.29 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 24 February 1886
Sent from Cambridge

Sends proof of portion dealing with Cirripedes

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.31
Date range 24 February 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.31 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [February 1886]
Sent from Cambridge

Sends proofs; indicates where Huxley's chapter will fit in

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.33
Date range February 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.33 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 1 March 1886
Sent from Cambridge

Sends more proofs

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.36
Date range 1 March 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.36 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [1886]
Sent from Cambridge

Thanks Huxley for the manuscript of his chapter; Divergence; a passage in the 1844 sketch

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.37
Date range 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.37 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [1886]
Sent from Cambridge

Is expunging a letter from Galton and another from Bunbury

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.39
Date range 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.39 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [1886]
Sent from Cambridge

Sends proof of a letter from Huxley and asks permission to use it

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.41
Date range 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.41 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [1886]
Sent from Cambridge

Sends more proofs

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.42
Date range 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.42 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [1886]
Sent from Cambridge

Will call for the 1844 manuscript personally

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.43
Date range 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.43 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [1886]
Sent from Cambridge

More proofs; notes on Von Baer and Pictet; regrets he has no account of the Oxford meeting of 1860; postscript on Gentians

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.44
Date range 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.44 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [1886]
Sent from Cambridge

Sends proofs of the account of the 1860 meeting; asks if Lyell's account of Huxley's speech is preferable to that of Boyd Dawkins

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.47
Date range 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.47 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 27 October 1886
Sent from Cambridge

Thanks for a further batch of letters; controversy between Stokes and Copley; Sabine's address

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.48
Date range 27 October 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.48 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 29 October 1886
Sent from Cambridge

On the reception of the Origin in Germany

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.50
Date range 29 October 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.50 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [November 1886]
Sent from Cambridge

Sends proofs of botanical chapters; tyranny in Germany

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.53
Date range November 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.53 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [1886]
Sent from Cambridge

Further proofs

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.57
Date range 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.57 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [1886]
Sent from Cambridge

Correction of proofs

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.59
Date range 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.59 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [1886]
Sent from Southampton

Wishes Huxley to expunge a passage about Owen; the review in the Edinburgh said to have been written by Carter Blake on data supplied by Owen

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.61
Date range 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.61 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [January 1887]
Sent from Cambridge

Asks leave to publish the report of the séance; disgust at Samuel Butler's attack on Darwin in Luck or Cunning (London, 1886)

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.63
Date range January 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.63 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [7 February 1887]
Sent from Cambridge

Will ask his uncle [Wedgwood] about publishing the séance; hopes Huxley will attack Butler; Wallace's review of Descent of Man

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.65
Date range 7 February 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.65 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 8 February 1887
Sent from Cambridge

Denies statement about Darwin's death-bed "conversion". [See sv DEDUCHSON]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.67
Date range 8 February 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.67 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [March 1887]
Sent from Cambridge

Will have the book ready in June, but the publisher is against publishing before October; asks Huxley's opinion

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.69
Date range March 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.69 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), [1888]
Sent from Cambridge

Pleased to hear of Huxley's Obituary Notice of Darwin; thinks it a pity to "bury it" in Proceedings of the Royal Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.70
Date range 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.70 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 10 April 1888
Sent from Cambridge

Sends much personal information for Huxley's use in the Obituary of Darwin

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.72
Date range 10 April 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.72 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 28 September 1888
Sent from Cambridge

Gratification with Huxley's Obituary Notice

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.74
Date range 28 September 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.74 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 15 November 1890
Sent from St Moritz, Switzerland

His connection with W P Ball [qv]; his book published on recommendation of Romanes and Poulton

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.76
Date range 15 November 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.76 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Leonard Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 26 August 1896
Sent from Cambridge

Would be glad to see letters [from Huxley to Darwin]; death of Victor Carus

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.78
Date range 26 August 1896
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.78 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Leonard Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 3 December 1898
Sent from Cambridge

Hooker an eye-witness of the scene in Oxford in 1860

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.80
Date range 3 December 1898
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.80 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Leonard Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 3 February 1900
Sent from Cambridge

Letters to Huxley to be published in Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley and More Letters of Charles Darwin; no mention to be made of Butler

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.82
Date range 3 February 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.82 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Leonard Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 20 April 1900
Sent from Cambridge

Sends more letters from Huxley to his father. [These are the letters in Huxley Papers, Vol IX, folios 198-216]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.84
Date range 20 April 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.84 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Leonard Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 28 March 1901
Sent from Cambridge

Congratulations on Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.85
Date range 28 March 1901
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.85 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) Francis, FRS (1848-1925), 19 November 1911
Sent from Cambridge

Sends Butler's pamphlet attacking Darwin

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.86
Date range 19 November 1911
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.86 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) George Howard, FRS (1845-1912), [22 January 1874]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Séance arranged at house of Hensleigh Wedgwood

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.87
Date range 22 January 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.87 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) George Howard, FRS (1845-1912), [28 January 1874]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley to attend the séance incognito

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.89
Date range 28 January 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.89 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) George Howard, FRS (1845-1912), [30 January 1874]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley's presence became known; his account of the affair; comments upon it

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.91
Date range 30 January 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.91 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) George Howard, FRS (1845-1912), [28 December 1874]
Sent from Down House, Kent

Huxley's reply to Darwin's critics in Quarterly Review [November 1871 = The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ii,120]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.94
Date range 28 December 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.94 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) George Howard, FRS (1845-1912), [22 April 1883]
Sent from London

The pall-bearers at Darwin's funeral; thinks that A R Wallace should be one. [cf Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 361]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.96
Date range 22 April 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.96 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) George Howard, FRS (1845-1912), 19 May 1880
Sent from Cambridge

Certain statements in the Introductory Science Primer are erroneous

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.98
Date range 19 May 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.98 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) George Howard, FRS (1845-1912), 29 December 1882
Sent from Cambridge

Sends etching of Charles Darwin's study as a present from the family [Etching by A H Haig, 1882]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.99
Date range 29 December 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.99 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) George Howard, FRS (1845-1912), 6 July 1883
Sent from Cambridge

Congratulations on Huxley's election as President of the Royal Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.100
Date range 6 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.100 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, (Sir) George Howard, FRS (1845-1912), 19 November 1886
Sent from Cambridge

The professorship of Physics at South Kensington; Cambridge candidates

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.102
Date range 19 November 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.102 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, Leonard (1850-1943)
Sent from London

Lord Salisbury's address at the British Association at Oxford

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.104
Date range 10 August 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.104 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, William Erasmus (1839-1914), 28 April 1882
Sent from Down House, Kent

Informing Huxley that a legacy has been left to him under Charles Darwin's will [signed also by G H Darwin]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.106
Date range 28 April 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.106 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, William Erasmus (1839-1914), 6 July 1882
Sent from Southampton

Sending cheque for legacy [signed also by G H Darwin]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.108
Date range 6 July 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.108 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, William Erasmus (1839-1914), 2 May [1883]
Sent from Down House, Kent

The Darwin Memorial meeting; hopes the portrait will not be placed in Woolner's hands

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.109
Date range 2 May 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.109 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DARWIN, William Erasmus (1839-1914), 25 November [1886]
Sent from Southampton

Francis Darwin uncertain whether to include in Life and Letters of Charles Darwin any mention of "the Mr Rich incident" and asks Huxley's advice. [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 286]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.111
Date range 25 November 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.111 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Leonard Huxley from DARWIN, William Erasmus (1839-1914), 23 August [1909]
Sent from London

The Darwin Celebrations at Cambridge

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.113
Date range 23 August 1909
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.113 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DAUBREE, Gabriel Auguste, FMRS (1814-1896), 29 January 1879
Sent from Paris

Thanks Huxley for his appreciation of his Etudes Synthetiques [de Geologie experimentale, 1879]
Letter written in French

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.115
Date range 29 January 1879
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.115 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DAUBREE, Gabriel Auguste, FMRS (1814-1896), 22 February 1880
Sent from Paris

Regrets that he cannot leave Paris to receive personally the medal awarded to him [Wollaston Medal, Geological Society, 1880]
Letter written in French

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.117
Date range 22 February 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.117 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DAVENPORT, E, 10 November 1893
Sent from Stockport

Is preparing a paper on "Where are we?" in Space, Science, Politics, Commerce, Sociology and Theology. Asks Huxley to state his views on these subjects

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.119
Date range 10 November 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.119 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DAVENPORT, E, 14 November 1893
Sent from [Eastbourne]

"Any adequate reply to your enquiry would be of the nature of a treatise, and that I regret I cannot undertake to write"
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.120
Date range 14 November 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.120 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DAVIDS, Thomas William Rhys, PhD (1843-1922), 7 December 1881
Sent from London

Appreciates Huxley's reference to his book The Hibbert Lectures, 1881]; has misunderstood the origin of the term 'agnostic'

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.121
Date range 7 December 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.121 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DAVIES, (Rev) John Llewelyn, DD (1826-1916), 2 June [1889]
Sent from London

Considers Huxley too hard on the clergy. Is sending a volume of sermons recognizing scientific discoveries

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.123
Date range 2 June 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.123 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DAVIES, (Rev) John Llewelyn, DD (1826-1916), 6 June nd
Sent from London

Recommends a house for holidays

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.125
Date range 6 June
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.125 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DAVY, John, FRS (1790-1868), 3 February 1867
Sent from Cambridge

Thanks for Physiology; sends notes and suggestions thereon; asks for Huxley's photograph

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.126
Date range 3 February 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.126 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DAWKINS, (Sir) William Boyd, FRS (1837-1929), 9 June 1883
Sent from Manchester

Encloses extract of letter from J R Green on the Huxley-Wilberforce episode at Oxford in 1860. [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 185; Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 524; Life and Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 322]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.128
Date range 9 June 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.128 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DAWKINS, (Sir) William Boyd, FRS (1837-1929), nd
Sent from London

Throw-sticks used by Arctic peoples

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.130
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.130 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DAWKINS, (Sir) William Boyd, FRS (1837-1929), [October 1894]
Sent from Manchester

Sends J R Green's account of the 1860 meeting on the occasion of that of 1894 [British Association at Oxford]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.131
Date range October 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.131 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DAWSON, (Sir) John William, FRS (1820-1899),1 January 1863
Sent from McGill College [Canada]

[To Sir C Lyell]. Working on Devonian plants; has sent a paper on them for Geological Society; has mounted in plaster all his fossil reptiles; has discovered errors in Owen's paper and figures [Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London xviii, 238 and plates ix, x]; intends to submit his corrections to Huxley. [cf LYELL, No 48]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.80
Date range 1 January 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.80 Box Number 6 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DAWSON, (Sir) John William, FRS (1820-1899), 9 January 1863
Sent from McGill College [Canada]

[To Lyell]. Many of Owen's drawings not made from Dawson's specimens but copied from Smith's drawings sent in 1859; correction of mistakes means further errata

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.86
Date range 9 January 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.86 Box Number 6 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DAWSON, (Sir) John William, FRS (1820-1899), 30 January 1863
Sent from McGill College [Canada]

[To Lyell]. Encloses proof plates of reptiles from Nova Scotia coal deposits with manuscript explanation to be shown to Huxley; has sent duplicates of them to Owen

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.87
Date range 30 January 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.87 Box Number 6 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DAWSON, (Sir) John William, FRS (1820-1899), 2 July 1868
Sent from McGill College [Canada]

Sends new edition of his Acadian Geology and hopes that Huxley will mention it in his Presidential Address to the Geological Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.133
Date range 2 July 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.133 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DEANE, Lucy, 20 September 1876
Sent from New York, USA

Asks for Huxley's autograph

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.135
Date range 20 September 1876
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.135 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DEDUCHSON, J Charles, 24 January 1887
Sent from Toronto, Canada

The writer (editor of Toronto Mail) quotes a statement by Rev Mr Mutch of Toronto that Darwin recanted on his death-bed and asks Huxley if the report be true

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.136
Date range 24 January 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.136 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DEDUCHSON, J Charles, 12 February 1887
Sent from London

Has the best authority [see DARWIN, Sir Francis, no 00778] for informing him that the statement is false and without foundation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.138
Date range 12 February 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.138 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DE LA RUE, Warren, FRS (1815-1889), 6 July 1883
Sent from London

Congratulates Huxley on his election as President of the Royal Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.140
Date range 6 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.140 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DICEY, Albert Venn, DCL (1835-1922), 26 December 1886
Sent from Oxford

The Home Rule question; sends his book [England's Case against Home Rule, 1886]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.141
Date range 26 December 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.141 Box Number 3 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DICKIE, George, FRS (1812-1882), 9 October 1852
Sent from Belfast

Thanks for sending papers (not specified)

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.143
Date range 9 October 1852
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.143 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DICKIE, George, FRS (1812-1882), 16 April 1856
Sent from Belfast

Joins with Dr McCosh in thanks for Huxley's letter and enclosure (not specified). Hopes their book will bring Huxley's views into prominence
[James McCosh, DD (1811-1894) was at this time Professor of Logic at Queens' College Belfast]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.144
Date range 16 April 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.144 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DINKEL, Joseph (Born 1828), [February 1866]
Sent from London

Price of drawings for plates in Huxley's paper in Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy [xxiv, 351]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.146
Date range February 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.146 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DISTANT, William Lucas (1845-1922), 3 March 1894
Sent from Pretoria, South Africa

"Archaic Protestantism" amongst the Boers. Encloses press cuttings

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.193
Date range 3 March 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.193 Box Number 30 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DISTANT, William Lucas (1845-1922), 4 March 1895
Sent from Pretoria, South Africa

A University Extension Manual and its definition of Theology

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.195
Date range 4 March 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.195 Box Number 30 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOBBS, K, 13 December 1865
Sent from Coolbrawn, Kilkenny, Ireland

Has packed the fossils from Jarrow Colliery and will bring them in his own cart to Professor Wright. [Dobbs was agent for the Colliery] [See WRIGHT, E P, Nos 14 et seq]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.147
Date range 13 December 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.147 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOBSON, George Edward, FRS (1848-1895), 18 April 1882
Sent from Netley [Hampshire]

Chrysochloris (the Cape Mole), stated by Huxley on the authority of Peters (Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1880, 656) to be the only Eutherian mammal to have no teats, is proved by Dobson to have them, both male and female

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.149
Date range 18 April 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.149 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOCKER, Edward, 6 July 1887
Sent from London

Acknowledgement of cheque

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.151
Date range 6 July 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.151 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DOCKER, Edward, 31 October 1888
Sent from Isleworth [London]

Disposition of certain jewellery

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.152
Date range 31 October 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.152 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DOCKER, Edward, 4 December 1888
Sent from Isleworth [London]

Same subject as 00833; congratulates Huxley on the Copley Medal

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.154
Date range 4 December 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.154 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 9 September 1867
Sent from Swanage, Dorset

Invitation to stay and directions for the journey [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 290]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.156
Date range 9 September 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.156 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 20 September 1867
Sent from Swanage, Dorset

Felicitations on his visit; exchange of books [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 291]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.158
Date range 20 September 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.158 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 15 January 1868
Sent from London

A vacant Museum appointment in Calcutta; dissuades Dohrn from applying for it; family news; criticism of Kolliker [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 303]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.160
Date range 15 January 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.160 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 25 April 1868
Sent from Jena, Germany

Personal news; is working on a theory of decadence; has bought Comte's Philosophie Positive; Huxley's proposed resignation of Hunterian Professorship
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.164
Date range 25 April 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.164 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 7 July 1868
Sent from London

Dohrn's mistaken ideas on the Arthropoda; the family going to Littlehampton; invitation
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.166
Date range 7 July 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.166 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 31 July 1868
Sent from Millport, Greenock, Scotland

On the structure of Amphidotus
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.168
Date range 31 July 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.168 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 21 August 1868
Sent from Millport, Greenock, Scotland

Personal news; has had an invitation to Yarmouth by Vogt and intends to return through France
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.169
Date range 21 August 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.169 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 18 October 1868
Sent from Plymouth, Devon

News of a mutual friend; personal news
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.171
Date range 18 October 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.171 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 30 January 1870
Sent from London

Pressure of work has prevented letter-writing; Goethe's aphorisms; has received his work on Arthropoda; will be President of British Association at Liverpool in September [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 326]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley; postscript by Mrs Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.172
Date range 30 January 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.172 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 30 April 1870
Sent from London

Dohrn's plan for establishing Biological Stations; the Brighton Aquarium; Mikluko-Maclay visiting England [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 332]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.174
Date range 30 April 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.174 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 18 July 1870
Sent from London

Invitation to British Association extended also to Haeckel and Gegenbaur; the Franco-German war [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 334]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.177
Date range 18 July 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.177 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 23 July 1870
Sent from Jena, Germany

Will be unable to come to Liverpool owing to military service
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.179
Date range 23 July 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.179 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 30 July 1870
Sent from Cassel [Pas de Calais], France

The war and European situation; regrets having to leave his scientific work; his researches into Gryllotalpa
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.180
Date range 30 July 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.180 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 8 August 1870
Sent from Cassel [Pas de Calais], France

Hopes to come to Liverpool for the British Association, and will discuss his project for a Biological Station at Naples
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.182
Date range 8 August 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.182 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 17 November 1870
Sent from London

Particulars of a microscope purchased for Dohrn; the Franco-German war; "the military mad dog"
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.183
Date range 17 November 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.183 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 19 November 1870
Sent from Jena, Germany

Thanks Huxley for his help with the Microscope; the European situation; Ray Lankester going to Naples
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.186
Date range 19 November 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.186 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 13 December 1870
Sent from Jena, Germany

Personal news; Huxley's connection with the School Board
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.188
Date range 13 December 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.188 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 7 January 1871
Sent from London

The microscope has been sent off and paid for; further details of it; sends Contemporary Review with his article on School Board; the war [Part in Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 361]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.189
Date range 7 January 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.189 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 10 January 1871
Sent from Jena, Germany

The microscope; has obtained accessories for it in Germany; superiority of German lenses; Huxley's article in Contemporary Review; the war; wants a young man to manage his aquarium
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.191
Date range 10 January 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.191 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 2 February 1871
Sent from Naples, Italy

Progress with his Biological Station is slow; Engelmann has placed his publications facilities at his disposal; Lankester; has Huxley's Anatomy of Vertebrated Animals; literary merits of Grant
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.193
Date range 2 February 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.193 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 1 April 1871
Sent from Jena, Germany

Personal news; Huxley's great superiority over his biological contemporaries
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.195
Date range 1 April 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.195 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 17 May 1871
Sent from Stettin, Poland

Personal news
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.197
Date range 17 May 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.197 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 30 May 1871
Sent from Jena, Germany

Unable to go to St Andrews; Lankester's work on Molluscan embryology at Jena; wants him to go to Naples, but Lankester is not anxious to do so
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.198
Date range 30 May 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.198 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 2 July 1871
Sent from Jena, Germany

Will be unable to go to British Association at Edinburgh; asks Huxley to read a statement from him on the Naples Station and to use his influence for its support; work on the structure of the amnion and its morphological significance
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.200
Date range 2 July 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.200 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 7 July 1871
Sent from London

Acknowledges Report which will be presented to the [British] Association; has been very hard worked with Royal Commission and School Board; progress of Lankester, who is acting as his demonstrator; microscopes Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 361]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.202
Date range 7 July 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.202 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 15 July 1871
Sent from Jena, Germany

Work on non-homology of Annelids, Athropoda and vertebrates; asks for Huxley's work on Pyrosoma [Transactions of the Linnean Society xxiii (1862), 193]; is sending a German microscope lens
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.205
Date range 15 July 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.205 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 30 August 1871
Sent from Glasgow

Has made a tour of the Highlands of Scotland; is making domestic arrangements at Naples
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.207
Date range 30 August 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.207 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter by Mrs Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 6 & 8 September 1871
Sent from St Andrews, Scotland

Huxley now at Elgin visiting fossil sites; family news

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.209
Date range 6 & 8 September 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.209 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 18 December 1871
Sent from Naples, Italy

The Zoological Station at Naples
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.211
Date range 18 December 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.211 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 3 January 1872
Sent from London

Has been overworked; may visit Naples; investigating a weevil; Herbert Spencer and 'Administrative Nihilism'; message to Lankester [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 367]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.213
Date range 3 January 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.213 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from Mrs Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 19 January 1872
Sent from London

Huxley's health has broken down and he has set out for Egypt

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.205a
Date range 19 January 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.205a Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from Mrs Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 12 February 1872
Sent from London

Huxley in Egypt and improving in health; his intended visit to Naples; family news; Huxley resigning from School Board

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.207a
Date range 12 February 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.207a Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 5 February 1872
Sent from Naples, Italy

Has heard of Huxley's visit to Egypt; hopes to see him in Naples; is having difficulties with the authorities in Naples; news of Lankester

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.208a
Date range 5 February 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.208a Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 7 March 1872
Sent from Naples, Italy

Regrets he will not see Huxley as he is going to Stettin; eruption of Vesuvius; building of the Naples Station has begun; has written in Nature; family news

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.210a
Date range 7 March 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.210a Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 19 April 1872
Sent from Stettin, Poland

Regrets missing Huxley at Naples; believes the Ascidia and Salpa were originally Rotifera; first work on Naples Station has begun; high opinion of Lankester and urges an Oxford Fellowship for him
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.212a
Date range 19 April 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.212a Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 20 May 1872
Sent from London

Lankester has fever; regrets missing Dohrn at Naples but was glad to meet his father; visited Rome; unlikely to be able to attend Brighton meeting of British Association; a curator wanted for Ceylon Museum. [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 373]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley; postscript by Mrs Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.214
Date range 20 May 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.214 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 5 June 1872
Sent from London

Is putting Dohrn in touch with Gregory in Ceylon; Lankester's fellowship [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 375]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.218
Date range 5 June 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.218 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 11 June 1872
Sent from Naples, Italy

The Ceylon appointment; his wants for the library at Naples; asks Huxley to use his influence to get books; Lankester's ill-health; his selfishness
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.220
Date range 11 June 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.220 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 20 June 1872
Sent from London

Siebold has recommended Willemoes-Suhm for the Ceylon post; Lankester has obtained his Fellowship and is now helping Huxley at South Kensington; Dohrn's love-affair [End only, Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 374]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.222
Date range 20 June 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.222 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 25 June 1872
Sent from Naples, Italy

Pleased at Huxley's secretaryship of Royal Society, and Lankester's fellowship announced in Nature; endeavours to obtain financial support for Naples Station; wants Foster to come to Naples for three years; co-operation of Crystal Palace Aquarium
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.224
Date range 25 June 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.224 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 5 August 1872
Sent from Morthoe, Devon

Has been busy lecturing and with laboratory instruction; Hooker and the Ayrton affair [cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, Chapter 35]; on holiday in Devon; advises Dohrn not to apply to the Royal Society for help until the Station is in full activity [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 375]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.226
Date range 5 August 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.226 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 11 August 1872
Sent from Naples, Italy

Personal news
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.228
Date range 11 August 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.228 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 21 August 1872
Sent from Crystal Palace, London

Visit to Crystal Palace Aquarium; has been to Brighton Aquarium where support has been promised; will ask Darwin and Owen to help; wants a marine botanist to study Algae
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.230
Date range 21 August 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.230 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 23 August 1872
Sent from Morthoe, Devon

Promises all his books for Aquarium library; advises Dohrn to ask Owen for his; and to apply to Hooker about a marine botanist [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 376]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.232
Date range 23 August 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.232 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 10 February 1873
Sent from Naples, Italy

Progress of the Station and equipment of laboratories; Russian help hoped for through von Baer; German Government has promised a subsidy; hopes of same from German Academies
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.234
Date range 10 February 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.234 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 24 February 1873
Sent from London

Congratulations on progress of the Naples Station; visit of von Baer to Dohrn; bad health and worry over a law-suit; has examined Kleinenberg's Hydra [Leipsic, 1872]; family news [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 399]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley; postscript by Mrs Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.236
Date range 24 February 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.236 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 23 March 1873
Sent from Naples, Italy

Thanks for gift of books; visit from a party of German naturalists; hopes to have laboratories ready by September
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.238
Date range 23 March 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.238 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 1 October 1873
Sent from London

Royal Society is presenting a set of Philosophical Transactions to the Naples Station
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.240
Date range 1 October 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.240 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 8 October 1873
Sent from Naples, Italy

A very despondent letter; is ill and worried by opposition to his proposed marriage and by lack of funds to open his aquarium; appeals for help

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.242
Date range 8 October 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.242 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 17 October 1873
Sent from London

Is unable to make any appeal directly, but will back any appeals made by Dohrn; sympathy with his difficulties [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 400]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.244
Date range 17 October 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.244 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 23 October 1873
Sent from Naples, Italy

Personal news; urgently wants financial help; has given all his own money to it [End lost]
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.246
Date range 23 October 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.246 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 10 November 1873
Sent from Naples, Italy

The Philosophical Transactions arrived and sent to bookbinder; personal news
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.247
Date range 10 November 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.247 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 15 November 1873
Sent from London

Has consulted with Darwin and sends draft appeal for funds for the Naples Station to be signed by Darwin, Foster, Balfour, himself and others
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.249
Date range 15 November 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.249 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 26 November 1873
Sent from Naples

His delicacy in accepting money to which his father would object; development of the station; help from Armstrong
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.252
Date range 26 November 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.252 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 7 January 1874
Sent from Naples

Aquarium will soon bring in revenue from the public; Darwin and Huxley's help; scheme to buy a steamer to obtain living specimens
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.254
Date range 7 January 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.254 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 26 February 1874
Sent from Naples

His father now makes no objection to his acceptance of help from Huxley and his friends; is vacating his own quarters in the station for more space for research and is living elsewhere
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.256
Date range 26 February 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.256 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 26 February 1874
Sent from Naples

A crisis in the financial state of the station; it must either have ample support or fail; contemplates withdrawing from it
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.258
Date range 26 February 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.258 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 5 March 1874
Sent from London

Will write at once to Darwin about the Naples Station; support by Balfour and Smith
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.260
Date range 5 March 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.260 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 6 March 1874
Sent from London

Has consulted Foster who advises an appeal to Balfour; Lankester about to start for Naples
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.262
Date range 6 March 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.262 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 8 April 1874
Sent from Sorrento, Italy

Will not be able to come to British Association at Belfast
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.264
Date range 8 April 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.264 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 29 April 1874
Sent from Naples, Italy

Rolleston reports gift of 100 by Royal Society; his approaching marriage
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.266
Date range 29 April 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.266 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 26 June 1874
Sent from London

Asks if Dohrn is married; Lankester gives good news of progress of Naples Station; contribution from England; Darwin's generosity [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 417]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.268
Date range 26 June 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.268 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 29 December 1876
Sent from Naples, Italy

Still needs funds; German Government to give an annual subsidy; progress of the Station; birth of his daughter; Dr Boguslavsky
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.270
Date range 29 December 1876
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.270 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 13 January 1877
Sent from London

Will recommend Royal Society to present Catalogue of Scientific Papers; progress of the Station; marriage of his daughter
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.272
Date range 13 January 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.272 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 26 October 1877
Sent from Berlin, Germany

Has had family misfortunes; is in Berlin pressing for Government aid for the Station; a bank failure; his children

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.274
Date range 26 October 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.274 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 19 November 1877
Sent from Stettin, Poland

Unable to visit England; Naples Station now progressing; projected publication on the general progress of zoology
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.278
Date range 19 November 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.278 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 21 November 1877
Sent from London

Approves Dohrn's plan for a regular publication, but does not think Royal Society can help; Darwin's Cambridge Honorary LLD
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.280
Date range 21 November 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.280 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 31 December 1878
Sent from Naples, Italy

Wishes to obtain publications of various zoological and geological societies for the double purpose of use in his publication and deposit in the library of the Naples Station; would also be a lever to use with the German Government
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.282
Date range 31 December 1878
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.282 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 16 February 1879
Sent from London

Will subscribe to his publication and endeavour to get other support; family news
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.284
Date range 16 February 1879
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.284 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 12 March 1880
Sent from London

Royal Society has granted 100; changes in his family; marriage of his daughters
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.286
Date range 12 March 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.286 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 12 June 1880
Sent from London

Is acquainted with the editors of Nineteenth Century and Fortnightly Review and will send Grant's article to one of them
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.289
Date range 12 June 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.289 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 18 January 1882
Sent from London

Introduces Emily A Munn, who has been working in his laboratory and at Cambridge
Original letter, signed, by Huxley; postscript by EAM regretting her inability to come to Naples

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.291
Date range 18 January 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.291 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 24 September [1882]
Sent from Lynton, Devon

On holiday at Lynton; Dohrn's proposal to contribute to Fishery Exhibition; procedure to be adopted; death of Darwin and Balfour [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 38]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.293
Date range 24 September 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.293 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 29 November 1883
Sent from Naples, Italy

Introduces Dr Jacobsohn of Konigsberg, who is coming to London and intends to settle there as an occulist; death of Sir William Siemens
Letter written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.295
Date range 29 November 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.295 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 14 July 1885
Sent from Naples, Italy

[From Marie Dohrn]. Family news

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.297
Date range 14 July 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.297 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 1 December 1886
Sent from Ilkley, Yorkshire

On holiday; health, advancing age; family news [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 148]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.299
Date range 1 December 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.299 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Leonard Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 9 March 1896
Sent from Naples, Italy

Sending letters for use in Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley; high value of Huxley in his career and affection

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.301
Date range 9 March 1896
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.301 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 3 July 1896
Sent from Mitcham, Surrey

Thanks for portrait of Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.302
Date range 3 July 1896
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.302 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to Leonard Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 30 November 1900
Sent from Naples, Italy

Eulogy of Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.303
Date range 30 November 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.303 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOHRN, Anton (1840-1909), 1867

Photograph, signed

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.305
Date range 1867
Formats General Correspondence and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier 13.305 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, Ignatius (1831-1901), 18 February 1882
Sent from Hastings, Minn, USA

Is sending a copy of his Atlantis: the Antediluvian World

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 13.306
Date range 18 February 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 13.306 Box Number 13 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 19 July 1870
Sent from London

Sends official accounts, etc; the war in Europe

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.1
Date range 19 July 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.1 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 22 September 1871
Sent from Carlisle

The engagement of an assistant for Huxley; a vacancy in Edinburgh and Dublin

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.4
Date range 22 September 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.4 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 20 February 1872
Sent from London

[To M Foster]. Huxley's letters and Treasury sanction; recommends Andrew Murray to make diagrams [See FOSTER, M, No 47]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.8
Date range 20 February 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.8 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 14 August 1873
Sent from London

Changes of ministry and the future of the South Kensington Museum

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.12
Date range 14 August 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.12 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 12 February 1874
Sent from London

Vivisection essential to physiological teaching, but Huxley never permits its practice unless the subject has been anaesthetized [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 431]
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.85
Date range 12 February 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.85 Box Number 30 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 9 December 1878
London

Invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.16
Date range 9 December 1878
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.16 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 16 September 1879
Sent from Cockermouth, Cumberland

Comments on the Introductory Science Primer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.18
Date range 16 September 1879
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.18 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 8 January 1881
Sent from London

Foster appointed Professor of Mining by arrangement with Home Office; attitude of the Science and Art Department to a proposed underground railway; Lockyer and his astronomical theories; public interest in science teaching
[(Sir) Clement Le Neve Foster, FRS (1841-1904) was not formally appointed Professor of Mining at the Royal School of Mines until 1890]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.22
Date range 8 January 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.22 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 13 February 1883
Sent from London

Rumours of private work in the College chemical laboratories

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.26
Date range 13 February 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.26 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 4 May 1883
Sent from London

Same subject as 00924; Dr Frankland's resentment

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.28
Date range 4 May 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.28 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 2 July 1884
Sent from London

Dr Frankland and the Chemical Department

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.30
Date range 2 July 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.30 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 4 September 1884
Sent from Banstead, Surrey

Regrets the necessity for curtailment of Huxley's activities' [Reply to Huxley's letter of 3 September in Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 73]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.32
Date range 4 September 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.32 Box Number 17 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 18 September 1884
Sent from Banstead, Surrey

Reply to Huxley's letter of 10 September [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 74]; regrets prospect of losing Huxley, suggests he should take a rest and then return; has communicated its contents to Lord Carlingford

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.34
Date range 18 September 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.34 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 19 September 1884
Sent from Banstead, Surrey

Urges Huxley to resign presidency of Royal Society and take more rest. [Huxley's replies to this and 00928, Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 75]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.40
Date range 19 September 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.40 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 27 December 1884
Sent from London

Has consulted Foster, and thinks Huxley's leave should be extended; proposed rearrangements at Science School; family news; is appointing Abney [Assistant Director for Science]
[(Sir) William De Wivelslie Abney, FRS (1843-1920) entered Science and Art Department in 1877; Assistant Director for Science, 1884; Director, 1893; Assistant Secretary Board of Education, 1899]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.42
Date range 27 December 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.42 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 13 January 1885
Sent from London

Thinks Huxley should have two months extension of leave; Sir A Clark has sent medical certificate to Harcourt [Home Secretary] but wants Huxley's consent. [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 90]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.46
Date range 13 January 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.46 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 13 February 1885
Sent from London

Indignation with Government on loss of General Gordon and on the whole Egyptian affair; the commission on the Science Museum, and the "ignorant cussedness" of its members; parsimony of the Treasury

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.48
Date range 13 February 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.48 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 4 April 1885
Sent from London

Asks Huxley to write to Healey on the loss of his son, who was named Thomas Henry after him

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.56
Date range 4 April 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.56 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 17 August 1885
Sent from London

Leaving for Godalming; invitation to Huxley; the Dilke case [see Dictionary of National Biography, sv Sir C W Dilke, 2nd Bart]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.58
Date range 17 August 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.58 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 30 June 1886
Sent from London

Sends correspondence with Dr Frankland, whose answer to charges made against him seem satisfactory
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.61
Date range 30 June 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.61 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 13 October 1886
Sent from London

A plague of fleas

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.63
Date range 13 October 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.63 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 13 October 1886
Sent from London

Guthrie's illness seems hopeless; Lubbock on Technical Education, seems ignorant of the facts

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.65
Date range 13 October 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.65 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 26 November 1886
Sent from London

Sends document (unspecified) for signature

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.69
Date range 26 November 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.69 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 30 November 1886
Sent from London

Has informed Carey Foster that his age precludes him [from an appointment]
[George Carey Foster, FRS (1835-1919), Professor of Physics, University College, London, 1865-98; Principal, 1900-04]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.73
Date range 30 November 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.73 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 30 December 1886
Sent from Eastbourne

Invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.74
Date range 30 December 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.74 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 27 January 1887
Sent from London

Imperial Institute; city objection to South Kensington site. [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 154]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.76
Date range 27 January 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.76 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 22 June 1887
Sent from London

Regrets Huxley suffers from lumbago

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.79
Date range 22 June 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.79 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 22 September 1887
Sent from Dorking, Surrey

Pleased at Huxley's better health; an encounter with a Treasury official

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.81
Date range 22 September 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.81 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 21 November 1887
Sent from London

Condolences on death of Huxley's daughter; thinks Manchester will be too much for Huxley [Technical Education Association]. [cf ACLAND, A H D, No 1, and Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley, ii, 179]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.83
Date range 21 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.83 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 23 November 1887
Sent from London

Has sent a paper of his own to be read at Manchester; will accompany Huxley there

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.85
Date range 23 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.85 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 6 December 1887
Sent from London

Urges Huxley to publish an article on his speech [at Manchester] in the Nineteenth Century [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley iii, 427]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.87
Date range 6 December 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.87 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 10 January 1888
Sent from London

Sat up late reading proofs [of the article "The Struggle for Existence", Nineteenth Century February 1888 = The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ix, 195; cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 187]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.89
Date range 10 January 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.89 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 16 February 1888
Sent from London

Long gossiping letter about his election [to the Athenaeum]; a story about Samuelson

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.91
Date range 16 February 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.91 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 9 February 1889
Sent from London

Asks Huxley to add his name to a committee (not specified)

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.99
Date range 9 February 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.99 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 21 April 1889
Sent from Dorking, Surrey

Asks Huxley to write to Joseph Chamberlain to thank him for "keeping the Ministry quiet" [on the Deceased Wife's Sister question, cf CHAMBERLAIN, J, No 3, and Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 219]; Lord Hartington "lethargic" [cf CAVENDISH, S C, No 1]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.101
Date range 21 April 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.101 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 23 April 1889
Sent from Dorking, Surrey

Will write to Chamberlain himself, and suggests that Huxley should write to Lord Hartington

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.103
Date range 23 April 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.103 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 25 April 1889
Sent from Dorking, Surrey

Sends draft of his reply to a Treasury Minute which is a "suggestio falsi"

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.104
Date range 25 April 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.104 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 19 March 1892
Sent from London

The question of conjoint examiners for the Royal College of Science and attitude of the professors

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.106
Date range 19 March 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.106 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 19 March 1892
Sent from London

Encloses another letter to send on to Judd if Huxley thinks fit. [See JUDD, J W, No 6]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.108
Date range 19 March 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.108 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 23 March 1892
Sent from London

Has sent official letter to Registrar on Conjoint Examiners: reminds Huxley of past decisions affecting the subject

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.110
Date range 23 March 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.110 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 25 March 1892
Sent from London

Thinks it would be better to wait for next session for conjoint examiners

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.112
Date range 25 March 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.112 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 27 March 1892
Sent from London

Various opinions as to conjoint and external examiners; conjoint examiners preferred in Ireland; Military College exams

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.114
Date range 27 March 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.114 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 29 March 1892
Sent from London

Asks Huxley to suggest names for Royal Commission on a London University; proposes Michael Foster and Geikie. [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 311]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.118
Date range 29 March 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.118 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 12 April 1892
Sent from London

Sends reply to Huxley's minute on exams

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.120
Date range 12 April 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.120 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 20 April 1892
Sent from Dorking, Surrey

Further remarks on exams and the position of the professors - a long statement

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.122
Date range 20 April 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.122 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 25 April 1892
Sent from Dorking, Surrey

Further remarks on exams and the position of the professors

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.130
Date range 25 April 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.130 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 27 April 1892
Sent from Dorking, Surrey

Further remarks on exams and the position of the professors; outside examiners compared with auditors, and gave offence to professors

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.134
Date range 27 April 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.134 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 20 June 1892
Sent from London

Has been asked by Lord President if it would be agreeable to Huxley to be made a Privy Councillor, as he would not like to make recommendation to Prime Minister without first knowing

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.136
Date range 20 June 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.136 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 20 June 1892
Sent from London

Encloses no 00963, and has replied in the affirmative. [Huxley's reply Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 323]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.138
Date range 20 June 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.138 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 19 August 1892
Sent from London

Congratulations on being made a Privy Councillor. [Huxley's reply, Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 323]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.140
Date range 19 August 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.140 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 16 December 1892
Sent from London

[From Mrs Mary Frances Donnelly]. Has procured an antique silver bag which Huxley wants for a present

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.142
Date range 16 December 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.142 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 2 January 1893
Sent from London

A confidential note on the award of CB to Lockyer and the heartburnings it caused

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.144
Date range 2 January 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.144 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 29 May 1893
Sent from London

Regrets Huxley's illness; family news; has heard from Gladstone that he is to be made KCB

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.146
Date range 29 May 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.146 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 30 May 1893
Sent from London

Relieved that Huxley is better; thanks for congratulations

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.148
Date range 30 May 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.148 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 1 June 1893
Sent from London

Thanks for congratulations and for gift of lecture [Romanes Lecture]; the investitute

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.150
Date range 1 June 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.150 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 28 October 1893
Sent from Keswick, Cumberland

Thanks for gift [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley volumes i and ii]; staying at Keswick; invited to Royal Society dinner; the Duke of Argyll

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.155
Date range 28 October 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.155 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 6 December 1893
Sent from London

Death of Tyndall; an attack on the Royal Society; his chief [Acland, Vice President of Council] difficult to get on with and makes innovations

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.159
Date range 6 December 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.159 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 25 December 1893
Sent from Dorking

Tyndall's death and funeral

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.163
Date range 25 December 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.163 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 5 January 1894
Sent from London

Is making enquiries at Southampton [see Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 366]; a trusteeship; news; more difficulties with Acland

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.165
Date range 5 January 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.165 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 26 January 1894
Sent from London

Concerning a trusteeship

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.169
Date range 26 January 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.169 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 27 January 1894
Sent from London

Encloses letters relating to the scientific docker at Southampton [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 366, and see POWELL, F G M, Nos 1-7]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.171
Date range 27 January 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.171 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 29 January 1894
Sent from London

Authorizes Huxley to write direct [to the Rev F G Montague Powell at Southampton] concerning the docker

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.175
Date range 29 January 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.175 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 1 March 1894
Sent from London

A state party

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.176
Date range 1 March 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.176 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 23 March 1894
Sent from Dorking, Surrey

Further official difficulties under Acland

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.178
Date range 23 March 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.178 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOUGLAS, Charles, 20 February nd
Sent from Berwick-on-Tweed, Northumberland

Sterilization as a sociological measure

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.1
Date range 20 February
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.1 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 24 November 1894
Sent from London

Sends an address for Huxley's perusal; Acland "a thorn in the flesh"; pleased at Huxley being awarded Darwin Medal; will attend Royal Society dinner

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.182
Date range 24 November 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.182 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 5 March 1895
Sent from London

Balfour's book; an article by John Oliver Hobbes; the writer's identity and views

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.188
Date range 5 March 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.188 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 15 March 1895
Sent from Dorking, Surrey

Personal news

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.192
Date range 15 March 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.192 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 28 May 1895
Sent from London

Sorry to hear of Huxley's illness, but glad to have a letter again, although saddened with the contents of it

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.194
Date range 28 May 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.194 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 11 August 1895
Sent from Dorking, Surrey

A Civil List Pension
Postscript by Lady Donnelly

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.196
Date range 11 August 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.196 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to Leonard Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), [November 1895]
Sent from London

Objections to a statue of Huxley in the Natural History Museum [beginning missing]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.198
Date range November 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.198 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to Leonard Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 9 November 1895
Sent from London

Withdraws his objection to statue

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.200
Date range 9 November 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.200 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DONNELLY, (Sir) John Fretchfield Dykes, KCB (1834-1902), 16 November 1897
Sent from London

Wishes to have a few personal relics of Huxley for the Victorian Exhibition

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 14.201
Date range 16 November 1897
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 14.201 Box Number 14 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOUGLAS, Dunbar James, 6th Earl of Selkirk (1809-1885), 18 February 1882
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Sends a newspaper cutting about salmon disease

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.3
Date range 18 February 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.3 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOUGLAS, Dunbar James, 6th Earl of Selkirk (1809-1885), 21 February 1882
Sent from London

Asks for further information on salmon disease and experimental remedies

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.5
Date range 21 February 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.5 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOWE, William, 18 September 1876
Sent from New York, USA

Has sent a philological paper to Huxley and desires to have it returned

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.7
Date range 18 September 1876
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.7 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DOWNES, (Sir) Arthur Henry (1851-1938), 29 June 1877
Sent from Shrewsbury

A paper on the effects of light on bacteria

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.8
Date range 29 June 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.8 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DUFF, (Sir) Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant, FRS (1829-1906), 24 January 1880
Sent from Twickenham [London]

Encloses a letter from a correspondent on Australian Anthropometry

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.10
Date range 24 January 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.10 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DUFF, (Sir) Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant, FRS (1829-1906), 8 January 1883
Sent from Government House, Madras, India

Will do his best to carry out Huxley's wishes (not specified); a good opening for a naturalist; Haeckel has been in Ceylon

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.14
Date range 8 January 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.14 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DUFF, (Sir) Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant, FRS (1829-1906), 30 December 1883
Sent from Government House, Madras, India

If Government of India sanction it, cave explorations will follow

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.16
Date range 30 December 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.16 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DUFF, (Sir) Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant, FRS (1829-1906), 21 January 1884
Sent from Government House, Madras, India

Encloses report on Billa Surgam caves

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.18
Date range 21 January 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.18 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to Leonard Huxley from DUFF, (Sir) Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant, FRS (1829-1906), 4 November 1898
Sent from Colchester, Essex

Reminiscences of Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.178
Date range 4 November 1898
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.178 Box Number 30 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DUNCAN, James Matthews, MD, FRS (1826-1890), 19 November [1871]
Sent from Edinburgh

Discussion on Darwin's Critics [Contemporary Review November 1871; The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 120]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.19
Date range 19 November 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.19 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DUNCAN, James Matthews, MD, FRS (1826-1890), 24 June 1874
Sent from Edinburgh

Scientific work at Edinburgh; Turner working on the Seal's placenta; the candidates for the Chemistry Chair at Glasgow

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.21
Date range 24 June 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.21 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DUNCAN, Julia Cavendish, Countess Camperdown (Died 1898), 7 July [1876]
Sent from London

Asks Huxley if he is acquainted with Dr B Sandeman's Handbook; Rev Henry White to preach by royal command on vivisection; offers to send copy of the sermon; The Times letters signed 'Humanity'

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.23
Date range 7 July 1876
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.23 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DUNCAN, Julia Cavendish, Countess Camperdown (Died 1898), [8 July 1876]
Sent from London

Lady Camperdown evidently unaware that he is one of the commissioners who will investigate the subject; considers 'Humanity's' letters full of ignorant misrepresentation; has no knowledge of White or his capacity to deal with the subject
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.25
Date range 8 July 1876
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.25 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DUNCAN, Peter Martin, FRS (1821-1891), 8 September 1868
Sent from Lee

A "row" at the Anthropological Society; endeavour to eject Hyde Clare; a committee to investigate; opposition believed to come from Carter Blake

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.26
Date range 8 September 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.26 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DUNCAN, Peter Martin, FRS (1821-1891), 25 September 1868
Sent from Lee

Affairs of the Anthropological Society; Hunt resigned and Barnard Davis elected President, who immediately proposed and carried re-election of Hunt; wishes to discuss again union with Ethnological Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.28
Date range 25 September 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.28 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DUNCAN, Peter Martin, FRS (1821-1891), 2 June 1869
Sent from Lee

Council of Anthropological Society debating union with Ethnological Society, thinks Huxley should acquaint Council of the latter with the present position; suggested name for united society; asks if President of the Royal Society would arbitrate in event of a deadlock

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.30
Date range 2 June 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.30 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DUNCAN, Peter Martin, FRS (1821-1891), 16 June 1869
Sent from Lee

An offensive letter circulated by the Anthropological Society; Hunt no longer to be trusted; unless the letter be withdrawn neither he nor Huxley can have any more to do with the affair

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.32
Date range 16 June 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.32 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DUNCAN, Peter Martin, FRS (1821-1891), 8 November 1870
Sent from Lee

Has been asked to convene a meeting of the Ethnological Society to discuss again amalgamation; enquires present state of affairs and will be guided by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.34
Date range 8 November 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.34 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DYER, John N (Died 1890), 23 August 1876
Sent from St Louis [?Missouri, USA]

Requests Huxley to lecture for the St Louis Mercantile Library Association

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.36
Date range 23 August 1876
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.36 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 10 October [1854]
Sent from London

Thanks for specimens; his lecture [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley iii, 38]; expresses his "scientific calvanism" [Part in Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 113]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.38
Date range 10 October 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.38 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), [November 1854]
Sent from London

Death of Edward Forbes, his most intimate friend [Beginning lost]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.41
Date range November 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.41 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 30 November [1854]
Sent from London

Is Secretary of the Forbes Memorial Committee; long discussion on Annelids and other animals; has offered Maurice tickets for his lectures. [See HORNER, L, No 2, MAURICE, F D, No 1]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.42
Date range 30 November 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.42 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 5 January 1855
Sent from London

Has named an Annelid Protula Dysteri; has withdrawn from proposal to write a memoir of Forbes for Lovell Reeve; is a candidate for Edinburgh [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 122]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.46
Date range 5 January 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.46 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 13 February [1855]
Sent from London

Will endeavour to get pupils for Gosse, but does not like him or his "efflorescent piety"; has withdrawn his Edinburgh candidature; intends to come to Tenby [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 123]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.50
Date range 13 February 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.50 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 27 February [1855]
Sent from London

Progress of Forbes Memorial Fund; sends prospectus of his lectures to working men, and is "sick of the dilettante middle class" [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 138]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.54
Date range 27 February 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.54 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 1 April 1855
Sent from London

Interruptions in his work, cannot prepare lectures; is definitely appointed to Jermyn Street; intends to work out the Marine Natural History of Britain [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 124]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.56
Date range 1 April 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.56 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 9 April 1855
Sent from London

Intends to marry in July and visit Tenby soon after; annelids and zoophytes [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 125]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.60
Date range 9 April 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.60 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 6 May 1855
Sent from London

Dyster an alderman; the word a corruption of "abdominal-man"; Kingsley; death of De la Beche; Murchison to succeed him; Dyster's lectures and his own [Part in Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 126, 138]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.62
Date range 6 May 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.62 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 28 June 1855
Sent from London

Regrets missing Dyster while in London; has missed Kingsley also; household cares
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.66
Date range 28 June 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.66 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), [January 1856]
Sent from Tenby, South Wales

News; Edinburgh in winter

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.68
Date range January 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.68 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 24 June 1856
Sent from Tenby, South Wales

Delights in Macaulay's works; the European situation; is becoming very deaf and intends to retire from public life; wants to borrow a model steam-engine to illustrate a lecture

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.70
Date range 24 June 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.70 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 23 September 1856
Sent from Tenby, South Wales

Hopes for a visit from Huxley; an article by Herbert Spencer containing "a good deal of truth and quite as much fallacy"

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.72
Date range 23 September 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.72 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 10 October 1856
Sent from Appledore [?Devon or Kent]

Hopes to reach Tenby in a few days; raised beaches; his Swiss tour
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.74
Date range 10 October 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.74 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 28 October 1856
Sent from Llanelly, South Wales

Geological observations
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.76
Date range 28 October 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.76 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 3 November 1856
Sent from London

Description of the alimentary system of an invertebrate; at the Geological Society Own to debate the methods of Palaeontology
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.78
Date range 3 November 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.78 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), [December 1856]
Sent from London

Gosse has written a paper on "The Monster" which he believes to be a rotifer, and has sent his manuscript for criticism; success of his lectures to working men who are his best audience; another clash with Owen [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 141]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.80
Date range December 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.80 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 31 December 1856
Sent from London

"The Monster" has been engraved; has created a new genus Dysteria for it in the Infusoria [Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science v, 78; The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 471]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.84
Date range 31 December 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.84 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 16 September 1857
Sent from London

Description of travel in Switzerland
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.86
Date range 16 September 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.86 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 18 September 1857
Sent from Tenby, South Wales

Personal and family news

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.90
Date range 18 September 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.90 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 10 November 1857
Sent from Tenby, South Wales

Has heard of Huxley's paper on Aphis [Transactions of the Linnean Society xxii, 193; The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 26]; scarlet fever in Tenby; a visit to St David's

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.92
Date range 10 November 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.92 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 10 December 1857
Sent from London

Smyth coming to Saundersfoot, and asks Dyster to make enquiries about transport; his paper on Aphis and its implications [The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 26]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.9
Date range 10 December 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.9 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 27 February 1858
Sent from London

Death of Gregory Watkins; birth of a daughter; elected to Athenaeum; political affairs
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.98
Date range 27 February 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.98 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 18 August 1858
Sent from Broadstairs, Kent

Illness of his wife; permanently settled at Jermyn Street; his working on his Oceanic Hydroza [Ray Society, 1859]; a sketch

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.102
Date range 18 August 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.102 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 30 January 1859
Sent from London

Science and morals and science and theology
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.106
Date range 30 January 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.106 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 9 April 1860
Sent from Tenby, South Wales

[From Mrs Dyster]. News

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.108
Date range 9 April 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.108 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 29 February 1860
Sent from London

Thinks Kingsley "a very real, manly, right-minded person" and an excellent Darwinian; Kingsley's repartee to Lady Aylesbury; skirmishes over Evolution; Tennyson's Idylls
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.110
Date range 29 February 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.110 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 1860
Sent from [London]

Friendly enquiries and news
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.113
Date range 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.113 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 9 September 1860
Sent from [London]

Congratulations on recovery from illness; thanks for offer of Proteus, but is too much occupied otherwise to accept; is preparing a paper on Pyrosoma [Transactions of the Linnean Society xxiii, 193; The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 313]; the Wilberforce episode at Oxford, a full description
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.115
Date range 9 September 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.115 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 16 September 1860
Sent from [London]

Illness and death of his child
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.119
Date range 16 September 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.119 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 3 December 1860
Sent from Tenby, South Wales

Medical discussion on the child's illness; work the best consolation for loss

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.121
Date range 3 December 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.121 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), [11 October 1862]
Sent from London

Huxley's letter in Medical Times with indictment [of Owen, cf More Letters of Charles Darwin i, 238, note 3]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.123
Date range 11 October 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.123 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 12 March 1863
Sent from London

The Review in the Reader [of Man's Place in Nature]; success of the book, which is being reprinted; surprised at the little abuse it has aroused
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.125
Date range 12 March 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.125 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 22 March 1864
Sent from London

Sends "my picture accompanied by that of other worthless individuals - accompanied by the natural history of the animal" [ie Lovell Reeve's Men of Eminence, 1863]; lectures ending and going to Cornwall on Fishery Commission business
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.127
Date range 22 March 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.127 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 26 January 1865
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Thanks for congratulation on the birth of his child; has many lectures to deliver, and is about to begin the Hunterian course; his contributions to the Reader
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.129
Date range 26 January 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.129 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 4 January 1866
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Greetings; a cetacean bone
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.131
Date range 4 January 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.131 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 28 September 1869
Sent from London

Looks forward to seeing Dyster at Liverpool [British Association meeting]; has been at Swanage
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.133
Date range 28 September 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.133 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 9 June 1875
Sent from Edinburgh

Is taking Wyville Thomson's lectures in Edinburgh; his pupils; Clark's treatment of dyspepsia; his children growing up; a sermon in Westminster Abbey; the Vivisection Committee
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.135
Date range 9 June 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.135 Box Number 1 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 30 December 1881
Sent from Bettws-y-Coed, North Wales

Is in Wales investigating salmon disease; movements of his family
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.138
Date range 30 December 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.138 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 6 July 1883
Sent from Tenby, South Wales

Congratulations on Huxley's election as President of the Royal Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.140
Date range 6 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.140 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 10 July 1883
Sent from London

Thanks for congratulations, but regrets that the honour has come to him through the death of a noble and close friend [Spottiswoode]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.141
Date range 10 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.141 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 25 November 1887
Sent from St Leonard's [Sussex]

Death of his daughter Marian; man not a rational animal in his parental capacity [Part in Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 180]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.143
Date range 25 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.143 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to Mrs Huxley from DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), 21 November [1892]
Sent from Tenby, South Wales

His failing powers; death of Tennyson

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.145
Date range 21 November 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.145 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DYSTER, Frederick Daniel (1810-1893), nd

Photograph of Dyster

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.147
Formats Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier 15.147 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DYTE, David Hyman (MCRS 1861), 31 January 1890
Sent from London

Acknowledges cheque and will forward customary statement

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.148
Date range 31 January 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.148 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter to T H Huxley from DYTE, David Hyman (MCRS 1861), 11 June 1890
Sent from London

Asks for a loan

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.150
Date range 11 June 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.150 Box Number 15 Series 1d
Letter from T H Huxley to DYTE, David Hyman (MCRS 1861), 15 June 1890
Sent from London

Huxley unable to comply
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 15.151
Date range 15 June 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 15.151 Box Number 15 Series 1d

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